902-0108-0000 Accessory Bracket Kit Mounting Guide
Applicable To The Following Products
The Ruckus 7352 is amid-range 802.11n 2x2:2 2.4GHz (single-band) access point, capable ofdelivering up to 300 Mbps of physical layer performance. The Ruckus 7352 is optimized for high client density enterprise and hotspot environments where 5 GHz mesh or access is not required. It may be powered by 802.3af PoE or accessory power adapter, is physically discrete and unobtrusive due to its small size and minimalist industrial design, and can be mounted to hard walls or ceilings and acoustical drop ceilings.
The ZoneFlex R500 is the industry’s best-performing 2x2 802.11ac indoor WLAN access point, combining Ruckus-patented RF technologies with the new IEEE 802.11ac standard to provide outstanding WiFi performance.
The R500 features dual radios, capable of concurrent operation. It features a 5 GHz 802.11a/n/ac radio in a 2x2:2 spatial stream configuration, capable of physical layer rates of up to 867 Mbps. A 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n radio in a 2x2:2 spatial stream configuration offers an additional 300 Mbps of physical layer throughput. Ruckus’ ZoneFlex R500 is an ideal access point for medium client density enterprise and hotspot environments including SMBs, schools, hotels, branch offices and retail outlets.
The ZoneFlex R600 is a 3x3 802.11ac WLAN access point featuring performance-enhancing, Ruckus-patented RF technologies available at a compelling price point. The R600 is ideal for medium- to high-density mobile device wireless networks. It is a power-efficient access point, capable of operating with full functionality on standard (802.3af) PoE. This keeps total cost of ownership of the R600 low by eliminating the need to upgrade to more expensive PoE+ switch infrastructure. The R600 features dual radios, capable of concurrent operation. It features a 5 GHz802.11a/n/ac radio in a 3x3:3 spatial stream configuration, capable of physical layer rates of up to 1300 Mbps. A 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n radio in a 3x3:3 spatial stream configuration offers an additional 450 Mbps of physical layer throughput.